Chart of common footprint and family available ?

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Is there a nice chart anywhere that shows all the common footprints families for AVR ? For example,

AT90S8515
Mega8515
Mega162

Mega48
Mega88
Mega168
Mega8

Something to show which AVRs can be substituted for others in a given circuit (with appropriate firmware changes). I know this information is gleanable from the datasheets, but I'm hoping someone has already done it and has a nice single sheet that can go up on my wall :)

Dean 94TT
"Life is just one damn thing after another" Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915)

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Never got an answer here, so I suppose one doesn't exist ...

Dean 94TT
"Life is just one damn thing after another" Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915)

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I'm not aware of any such chart... I'm sure if you were to make one and post it, many people would appreciate it, sounds like a great idea.

Writing code is like having sex.... make one little mistake, and you're supporting it for life.

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There were some charts that Atmel showed in there demonstration a few months back (the one where we got free STK500s). They might have some of the info you need. They might also be a good place to start to create something more comprehensive.

Regards,
Steve A.

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Dang - was hoping Atmel had one in their inventory. Hear this Atmel - a nice one-sheet chart would be great, especially if it's kept updated with upcoming product.

Let's see, it would need a list of all footprints that AVRs are available in, one for each variation of a particular footprint. For example, DIP40 for 8515-type, and DIP40 for 8535-type and so on. There should be some way to indicate the differences between each AVR in a particular footprint - more flash-memory, jtag, whatever.

Har - Dean-the-Younger was looking for a project ...

Dean 94TT
"Life is just one damn thing after another" Elbert Hubbard (1856 - 1915)